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Full text of "The manufacture and properties of iron and steel"

INDEX TO TABLES.
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XII-J    Oxygen in the Talbot furnace...........................    227
XII-K    Distribution of the metallic iron in the Talbot furnace..    229
SEGREGATION-.
XIII-A     Extreme segregation in pipe cavity....................    237
XIII-B     Composition of a twenty-inch steel roll cast in sand.....    238
XIII-C     Segregation in plate ingots............................    238
XIII-D     Segregation in large ingots............................    239
XIII-B     Plates rolled from ordinary plate ingots...............    241
XIII-F     Universal mill plates rolled from slabs.................    242
XIII-G-     Annealed bars cut from plates.........................    243
XIII-H     Variations in carbon due to analytical errors...........    247
XIII-I      Tests from different parts of the same heats...........    248
XIII-J      Composition of rods from heat 10,168..................    250
XIII-K    Angles rolled from acid open-hearth steel..............    251
XIII-L.     Distribution of elements in high carbon ingot...........    252
XIII-M    Distribution of elements in high carbon blooms........    253
XIII-N     Composition of the liquid interior of an ingot..........    253
XIII-O     Homogeneity of acid open-hearth nickel steel...........    254
XIII-P     Segregation in Swedish ingots.........................    255
HOT WORKING.
XIV-A     Results on different thicknesses of steel plates..........    259
XIV-B      Results on plates from different sized ingots............    259
XIV-C      Influence of thickness, the reduction in  rolling being
constant............................................    261
XIV-D     Influence of thickness," all pieces being rolled from billets
of one size..........................................    262
XIV-B .   Effect of hammering acid open-hearth steel............    262
XIV-P      Physical properties of thick and thin angles............    264
XIV-G-     Comparison of angles and preliminary test............    265
XIV-H     Physical properties of steel angles.....................    266
XIV-I       Effect of flats finished at different temperatures.........    268
XIV-J      Comparison of hand rounds and guide rounds.........    268
XIV-K.     Changes caused by variations in the methods of rolling;
classified by preliminary test........................    269
XIV-L     Changes caused by variations in the methods of rolling;
classified by finished plate...........................    270
XIV-M    Comparison of angles and sheared plates...............    271
HEAT TREATMENT.
XV-A     Effect of annealing on rounds and flats.................    275
XV-B      Comparison of the Bessemer bars in Table XV-A.........    276
XV-C      Comparison of the open-hearth bars in Table XV-A......    277
XV-D     Effect of annealing acid open-hearth rolled steel bars.....    278
XV-B     Effect of annealing bars of different thickness, the percentage of reduction in rolling being constant.............    279